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Boy Serenades Late Sister’s Memory with Music from ‘Coco’

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4-year-old Alexander from San Antonio, Texas was filmed by his parents in a heartwarming video as he serenades his late baby sister, Ava Lynn, at her altar with music from the Pixar movie “Coco”.

In a touching tribute that has gone viral on the internet, Alexander is filmed as he strings his guitar and sings the song “Remember Me” while so lovingly approaching the altar of his baby sister who would have been celebrating her first birthday, according to an article by www.mysanantonio.com.

Samir Deais and Stephanie Deais, Alexander’s parents, caught their son in the heartbreaking tribute that has stolen the hearts of many across the world.

“His parents told mySA.com that Ava Lynn was born with hydronephrosis, a kidney condition, and passed away last May. She was 4 months old.” They also went on to share that the movie ‘Coco’ has helped little Alexander deal with the loss of his baby sister. The family shared they were so moved by his tribute and especially the song which has touched many others.

“Coco” is a hit movie from Pixar that depicts the history and tradition celebrated by many across the globe of Dia de Los Muertos. The movie opened to rave reviews and box office records on Thanksgiving 2017.

The movie centers around young Miguel who sets out on a journey to prove his musical talents, and along the way learns more than he anticipated about his family and the history of Dia de Los Muertos. He too wins the hearts of many as he strums his guitar while singing the hit song ‘Remember Me’ in the movie, which was very hard not to shed a tear as it touched your heart with memories of loved ones that have passed on in your own family.